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Paulo Rodrigues

The Importance of Data Protection and Data Integrity in Imaging Clinical Trials

The Importance of Data Protection and Data Integrity in Imaging Clinical Trials

By Paulo Rodrigues | News, Expertise, Data

QMENTA’s Key Enhancements Are Critical Enablers of Success in Clinical Studies At QMENTA, we’re on a mission to empower breakthroughs that make brain diseases a thing of the past through our...

A Smart Approach to AI

A Smart Approach to AI

By Paulo Rodrigues | Expertise

Medical imaging in clinical trials reduces costs and improves time...

Warning of serious brain disorders in people with mild coronavirus symptoms

Warning of serious brain disorders in people with mild coronavirus symptoms

By Paulo Rodrigues | covid19initiatives, covid19news

UK neurologists publish details of mildly affected or recovering Covid-19...

Contrast ultrasound reveals unique COVID-19 lung findings.

Contrast ultrasound reveals unique COVID-19 lung findings.

By Paulo Rodrigues | covid19initiatives, covid19news

Contrast-enhanced ultrasound scans revealed patterns in the lung not typically...

Quantitive Analysis of CT predicts COVID-19 outcomes.

Quantitive Analysis of CT predicts COVID-19 outcomes.

By Paulo Rodrigues | covid19initiatives

Quantitative computer-aided analysis of chest CT (QCT) scans can help...

Is Radiology Ready For A Post COVID-19 Imaging Surge?

Is Radiology Ready For A Post COVID-19 Imaging Surge?

By Paulo Rodrigues | covid19initiatives, covid19news

Is Radiology Ready For A Post COVID-19 Imaging Surge?...

Radiology Revenue Could Drop by Up to 70 Percent During COVID-19 Crisis

Radiology Revenue Could Drop by Up to 70 Percent During COVID-19 Crisis

By Paulo Rodrigues | covid19initiatives

Radiology Revenue Could Drop by Up to 70 Percent During COVID-19 Crisis   By the time the COVID-19 crisis ends, according to anecdotal experiences, practices can anticipate a loss of revenue between...

Most chest x-rays of COVID-19 patients are 'normal'

Most chest x-rays of COVID-19 patients are 'normal'

By Paulo Rodrigues | covid19initiatives

Most chest x-rays of COVID-19 patients are ‘normal’   Almost 60% of chest x-rays taken in urgent care settings in patients with confirmed and symptomatic COVID-19 are interpreted as “normal,”...